PICS! Ayanda Patosi Enjoys Quality Time With His Partner In Nature

PICS! Ayanda Patosi Enjoys Quality Time With His Partner In Nature. Ayanda Patosi is no stranger to South African football having featured for the national team at times. He’s currently playing his club football in Iran for a team called Foolad.

The off-season is coming towards the end now for other teams while others have already started pre-season preparing for the upcoming season of 2022/23. He recently posted pictures and videos of him enjoying some time with animals. See below!

Footballers love spending time with wildlife as it takes their minds off the field at that particular time. It also gives one a different perspective of nature, the relationship between people and animals as well as the earth as a whole.

A few weeks ago we’ve seen Siphiwe Tshabalala and his family taking some pictures with animals behind them as they were celebrating a Happy Father’s Day. We also saw the newbie of Mamelodi Sundowns Erwin Saavedra having a wildlife experience here in South Africa considering that he still wants to learn a lot about his new home.


Ayanda Patosi is reportedly training with DStv Premiership side Cape Town City as they’re gearing up for the upcoming season of DStv Premiership. He played for the Citizens between 2017 and 2020 before he went abroad.

Patosi’s future with his club in Iran – Foolad FC is said to be uncertain with his contract expiring soon and the rumours suggest that the former Bafana Bafana player might return to Premier Soccer League (PSL).

In the previous campaign, he featured 29 times for Foolad, scored eight goals, and provided five assists. He is in fact one of the regulars on the team.

Earlier this year, Patosi was linked with both Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs. He stated that he’s still uncertain about the future. And he was coy when he spoke about the teams that have offered him contracts. He said he has offers from different clubs but didn’t specify which ones.

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